OSU Group Claims Terrorist Was Wrongly Killed: Justice Can’t Come From A Cop’s Bullet

OSU Group Claims Terrorist Was Wrongly Killed: Justice Can’t Come From A Cop’s Bullet

An Ohio State University student and Muslim refugee named Abdul Razak Ali Artan went on a knife Jihad, trying to kill as many people as he could earlier this month. He set off a fire alarm and then drove his car into a crowd of students who were evacuating the building. He then jumped out of his car and began to slice and dice at random. He wrote: “By Allah, I am willing to kill a billion infidels.” If a police officer hadn’t taken him down with a bullet, he would have undoubtedly killed a number of people that day. Now the left is labeling him as a triple victim: a Muslim, a refugee and a racial minority. You see, it wasn’t his fault he went murderously nuts. And the officer that removed the imminent threat is now being called a criminal, because justice can’t come from a cop’s bullet. I kid you not.

Activists at the university held a protest this week claiming the shooting was ‘unjustified’. Right. Wonder if they would have felt that way if they were the ones being stabbed to death? Eleven students were stabbed that day. It was a classic Jihadist tactic he used by the way… one that has been used in Israel repeatedly. These morons say that lethal force is never justified. Wrong. When someone is killing others, or trying to, you had better be ready, willing and able to take them out. That officer should get a medal.


From Jihad Watch:

Activists at Ohio State University held a protest this week that framed the killing of Abdul Razak Ali Artan during a terror attack as unjustified.

Eleven students were injured Nov. 28 when Mr. Artan turned his car into a weapon. The Somali immigrant and logistics management student was shot by Ohio State University Police Department Officer Alan Horujko, 28, before he could execute victims with a butcher knife.

Maryam Abidi, a fourth-year in women’s, gender and sexuality studies, defended the protest in a statement to the campus newspaper. She said Mr. Artan, 18, was added to a list of names of those wrongly killed by cops because lethal force cannot bring justice.

“In some cases, the deceased may have committed acts of violence against others before they were killed,” Ms. Abidi told the Lantern Thursday. “Perhaps they were domestic abusers, perhaps they threatened or killed others. This possibility is not something to shy away from. The protest against police brutality extends to the innocent and the guilty alike, because we know that no matter the crime, justice and due process don’t come from a cop’s bullet.”

The activist added that “right-wing pundits” have used the attack to focus “Islamophobia and xenophobia” onto Columbus….

And of course they blame “right-wing pundits” because… racism or something. The fact of the matter is that the left and Islamists hate right-wing pundits and police period. They consider all police to be evil and that there should never be a reason to shoot someone. I don’t know whether they are delusional, complicit or deeply, deeply stupid. Maybe all three.

Stephanie Clemons Thompson, assistant director of residence in the Office of Student Life University Housing at OSU, expressed her unhinged sentiments via social media after the attack. “Abudl Razak Ali Artan was a BUCKEYE, a member of our family,” Ms. Thompson wrote, the newspaper reported. “If you think it is OK to celebrate his death and/or share pictures of his dead body and I see it in my timeline, I will unfriend you. I pray you find compassion for his life, as troubled as it clearly was. Think of the pain he must have been in to feel that his actions were the only solution. We must come together in this time of tragedy. #BuckeyeStrong #BlackLivesMatter #SayHisName.”

What about the people he stabbed? Does their pain matter? What? No sympathy for the real victims here? How ‘uncompassionate” of you. One person who praised Officer Horujko’s actions after the attack was university police Chief Craig Stone, who told reporters that students were “very fortunate” his training kicked in with speed and accuracy. “We owe him a debt of gratitude. He did a fabulous job today,” added Monica Moll, director of OSU public safety, CNN reported. Yes, he did and those students are very fortunate he did what he did. And yes, I’m glad the Jihadist is dead and in hell where he rightfully belongs. Good thing Stephanie and I aren’t friends.


Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton is an editor and writer for Right Wing News. She owns and blogs at NoisyRoom.net. She is a Constitutional Conservative and NoisyRoom focuses on political and national issues of interest to the American public. Terresa is the editor at Trevor Loudon's site, New Zeal - trevorloudon.com. She also does research at KeyWiki.org. You can email Terresa here. NoisyRoom can be found on Facebook and on Twitter.

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